Postgraduate (12 months part-time)

Psychodrama (Top-Up) MA

Anglia Ruskin University
En Cambridge (Inglaterra)

£ 3.067 - ($ 56.694)
IVA inc.

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  • Master
  • Cambridge (Inglaterra)
  • Duración:
    12 Months

Top up your existing postgraduate qualification in psychodrama to a full MA. Receive a high level of academic and research input as you work on a clinically-focused arts therapies project, in our purpose-built therapy centre in Cambridge.

You’ll be assigned an academic supervisor to support your work, and will be able to attend our research methodologies training. You can also attend lectures and seminars from our MA Dramatherapy and MA Music Therapy courses, which will give you further insight into arts therapies theory and practice.

Our teaching team includes internationally recognised researchers as well as practising arts therapists who consult around the world. The team is bolstered by trained psychodrama and body psychotherapy specialists. You’ll work alongside other students from our Music Therapy, Dramatherapy and Body Psychotherapy courses, broadening your understanding of the field. You won’t need to undertake further clinical placements, meaning you can focus on your academic studies.

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If you’re already qualified as a psychodrama practitioner, our part-time course will give you the chance to work on a substantive piece of academic research, with access to our resources and internationally renowned therapies staff.


Dónde se enseña y en qué fechas

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Cambridge Campus, East Road, CB1 1PT, Cambridgeshire , Inglaterra
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¿Qué aprendés en este curso?

Music Therapy
Psycho Therapist
Team Training
Research methods
Body Psychotherapy
Arts Therapies


Modules & assessmentCore modules
  • MA Therapies Major ProjectThis module will support you in the preparation and submission of a MA Therapies Major Project. You will receive a basic introduction to research methodology, in order to carry out a project which will involve some clinical or theoretical evaluation/research. You can either choose a project that is more research or more clinically focussed, reflecting the NHS Agenda for Change Career structure, which recognises the music therapist or dramatherapist as a specialist clinician and researcher or manager. You will have access to Faculty Research Methodology days (two annually) and some specialist taught research methods lectures by Doctoral and Postdoctoral Therapists. You will also have access to a wide variety of research resources both nationally and internationally and will benefit from close links with the International PhD programme at Aalborg University Denmark / Ecarte links in Europe, The Cambridge Body Psychotherapy Centre and The London Centre for Psychodrama, as well as from departmental staff who are specialists in clinical and theoretical aspects of psychological therapies. You will be encouraged to use databases and a variety of conference video/web links. You will be assessed through a 15,000-word written dissertation. Your project will be a clinically focussed evaluation with primary questions and subquestions and will include a well-developed theoretical context, relevant analysis and reflective conclusions.

You’ll submit a 15,000-word major project, which will be clinically focused and evaluative.

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Course fees:

UK & EU students, 2016/17 (per year part time) £3,067